The Seattle Seahawks ended their common season on a excessive be aware, however it wasn’t till 8:22 PM PT that it was confirmed that they might be within the playoffs. A heroic win by the Detroit Lions, eradicated because of the Seahawks’ win earlier within the afternoon, despatched the Green Bay Packers packing on their very own stadium and propelled Seattle into the postseason. Meaning we’re getting a double dose of Enemy Response!
Right here’s the deal: There’s not so much I can do when Rams followers don’t even attain 400 mixed feedback on the Turf Show Times recreation thread. So we’ll give them a reprieve and as an alternative concentrate on Pride of Detroit, who might be on the great and dangerous facet of Enemy Response this week in a particular two-part sequence.
Right now you get the dangerous facet the place they’re upset that the Rams didn’t knock the Seahawks out and provides themselves an opportunity at making the playoffs. Then tomorrow it’s a supersized Enemy Response wanting again at Lions-Packers, with jubilation from Lions and Seahawks followers alike, plus the crushing response from Packers followers. Oh yeah, and also you’ll get bonus celebrations throughout the NFC North, a division that collectively despises Inexperienced Bay.
Geno Smith intercepted by Jalen Ramsey on the game’s first play, leading to Rams field goal (3-0 LAR)
Tutu Atwell scores on an end-around (13-6 LAR)
Jalen Ramsey gets Geno Smith for a second time (16-13 LAR)
Running into the punter extends Seattle drive (16-13 LAR)
Rams stuff Kenneth Walker III (16-13 LAR)
Huge run by Geno Smith, personal foul penalty on Jalen Ramsey puts Seattle in field goal range (16-16)
Jason Myers wins it! (19-16 SEA OT Remaining)
There’s your appetizer. Plenty of referee complaints ultimately by Lions followers however it’s warmth of the second stuff that each fanbase is vulnerable to (some greater than others). I’m fairly positive I can guess how Seahawks followers had been on this web site when the Packers had been getting just a few favorable calls in opposition to the Lions. Approaching Tuesday is perhaps the best Enemy Response for a non-Seahawks recreation we’ve ever had. Lions followers will wish to learn this one!
Thanks for studying and go ‘Hawks!